Undercover Israeli troops dressed as medical staff kill three militants

Israeli special forces, dressed as civilians and medical staff, infiltrated the Ibn Sina hospital in the occupied West Bank city of Jenin on Tuesday and killed three Palestinian men, according to Israeli and Palestinian officials.

US moves to reimpose sanctions on Venezuela

The US has reimposed economic sanctions against a Venezuelan state-owned mining company and says it could go on to reimpose further sanctions on the country’s oil and gas sector after Venezuela’s Supreme Court barred main opposition candidate Maria Corina Machado ...

Hundreds of thousands are starving

Israel’s war in Gaza has brought famine with “such incredible speed,” the United Nations’ emergency relief chief told CNN on Monday, as he warned that hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are starving in the besieged enclave.

Missile blitz, jet drones, night camouflage: Kyiv warns how Russia could overwhelm air defenses

In the snow-filled skies above Ukraine, a deadly game is playing out.

Russia unleashes biggest air attack on Ukraine since start of full-scale invasion

Russia has launched the biggest air attack on Ukraine since the beginning of its full-scale invasion, the Ukrainian military told CNN, with an unprecedented number of drones and missiles fired at targets across the country, killing at least 31 people ...

At least 4 dead after fire breaks out in hospital in Rome

At least four people have died and more than 200 people evacuated after a devastating fire broke out near the mortuary of the San Giovanni Evangelista hospital in the Roman suburb of Tivoli late Friday night, according to Italy’s fire ...

Thousands of rabbis gather in Queens to pray for Israel, humanity

Thousands of rabbis will visit a sacred site in Queens Friday.

From Pilgrimage to Trial: An American Tourist's Lesson in Israel

In the realm of faith, a common adage resonates: "You can't have a testimony without a test." Imani Daffin, an American tourist on a twelve-day journey to explore the life of Jesus in Israel, sought to deepen her faith and ...

Is the Israel-Palestine War Deepening U.S. Inter-Ethnic Hate?

As the bloody war between Israel and Palestine escalates, so does antisemitic and Islamophobic U.S. hate.

US intelligence warned of potential for Gaza clash in days before attack

The US intelligence community produced at least two assessments based in part on intelligence provided by Israel warning the Biden administration of an increased risk for Palestinian-Israeli conflict in the weeks ahead of Saturday’s seismic attack on southern Israel, according ...

Houston Stands in Solidarity with Israel

Mayor Sylvester Turner, U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, U.S. Reps. Sheila Jackson Lee, Sylvia Garcia, and Lizzie Fletcher, District Attorney Kim Ogg, County Commissioner Adrian Garcia, City Council Members Sallie Alcorn and Abbie Kamin, and NAACP President James Dixon brought Houston ...

Hundreds protest against Libyan authorities in flood-ravaged Derna

Protests have erupted in the eastern Libyan city of Derna with locals demanding the removal of those in power, a week after torrential rain caused two dams to collapse, sweeping whole neighborhoods into the Mediterranean Sea and killing thousands.

Women are just as corrupt as men in Mexican politics

Women are just as corrupt as men in Mexican municipal politics, according to a new study from Rice University.

Prosecutors will investigate Spain soccer boss Luis Rubiales over unwanted kiss with Jenni Hermoso

Spanish prosecutors have opened an investigation that could end in sexual aggression charges against the country’s soccer federation boss Luis Rubiales.

Air traffic control ‘failure’ hits UK airports

Air passengers across Europe faced delays on Monday on one of the summer’s busiest travel days after the UK’s air traffic control system suffered a “technical issue” resulting in restrictions on flights.